SAM & FUZZY, by Sam Logan (updates M/W/F)

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Aug 16, 2004

Kiss me good-bye, for the doctors are coming

I'm aiming to have the Skull Panda shirts ready for next week. And while I was playing around with different Skull Panda shirt ideas, I came up with the one below. Now, don't worry, "Skull Panda Loves Kitties" fans... I will still be making a shirt with an image similar to the one in that comic. However, my instincts are telling me that some people might prefer a second design... one that is simpler, and possibly, free of text.

So my questions are... who would be interested in buying a shirt with the alternate Skull Panda logo below, and would it be better with or without the phrase "Skull Panda" written below his head? If enough people are interested, I don't have a problem offering two different designs. So, let me know!

Sam Logan

Aug 13, 2004

Friday the Thirteenth, Pt. XXVIII

If you live in my hometown of Victoria, BC, Canada, there is an article about me that you can read in this week's issue of Monday Magazine. Copies can be found lying around for free in or near most major shopping centers, grocery stores and newstands. You can't miss it: it's the one with the big blue naked lady's butt on the cover. (This is not, as you probably guessed, related to the story about me.) edit: You can also read the story online here.

And to everyone who is arriving to the site by way of Monday... hi! I guess today's comic is a reasonably appropriate introduction to Sam and Fuzzy, although you might want to skip back to the start of the storyline.

Working for a children's magazine sure is fun! Today, I got to draw pictures of firemen.

Sam Logan

Aug 11, 2004

Hanging on your words, reading all your thoughts

Now that I'm using a Mac all the time at work, I'm getting mixed up when I try to use my PC at home. Whenever I'm trying to copy or paste something, I keep hitting the ALT key thinking it is the Command key. Of course, I should be hitting the CRTL key, a key which is also on the Mac keyboard but doesn't do the same things. All things considered, I've found working on the Mac to be a relatively painless experience, but I'll tell you one thing... It certainly encourages a profound appreciation for the second mouse button.

Skull Panda shirts are coming soon, I swear! Good grief, people! I'm truly thrilled that you're so excited... but I am only one man, last time I checked.

Sam Logan